Lockheed Martin To Build Rocket To Retrieve Samples From Mars

NASA has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin Space of Littleton, Colorado, to build the Mars Ascent Vehicle (MAV), a small, lightweight rocket to launch rock, sediment, and atmospheric samples from the surface of the Red Planet. The award brings NASA a step closer to the first robotic round trip to bring samples safely to Earth through the Mars Sample Return Program.

NASA Selects Lockheed Martin To Build Rocket To Retrieve First Samples From Mars

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Could the Moon Ever Be Pushed from Orbit?

The moon has been Earth’s close companion for billions of years, and while our view of its shape and size varies somewhat as it orbits our planet, it remains a constant presence in the sky. But could that change? In the 2022 movie “Moonfall”, a mysterious force ejects the moon from orbit and propels it on a collision course toward Earth, with a planet-smashing impact looming in just a few weeks. When confronted with this high-stakes and over-the-top disaster scenario, the film’s characters scramble to save the planet; in doing so, they learn that our natural satellite isn’t so natural after all.

Could the Moon Ever Be Pushed from Orbit, Like in ‘Moonfall’?

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Flying Cars: A Glimpse Into the Future

Anyone who grew up watching The Jetsons knows how cool flying cars are. They gave George and Jane the freedom to go wherever they wished, and it was everyone’s dream to own one in real life. While we aren’t living in the future The Jetsons imagined, we aren’t far off from making the possibility of owning a flying car a reality. Recent developments show that one day we’ll be living the life The Jetsons made us believe was possible.

Get A Glimpse Into the Future With These Flying Cars

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Are Super-Earths Actually the Best Places to Search for ET?

Super-Earths may be the best place to search for extraterrestrial life due to their long-lived magnetic shields, according to a recent study. Scientists had previously thought that Earth-sized rocky exoplanets, meaning planets located outside of our own solar system that are of a similar size and composition of our own Earth, might make the best places to search for ET. However, this newest study seems to indicate that super-Earths, meaning rocky exoplanets ranging from 2 to 10 times larger than earth, may make even better environments to foster life.

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Magnetic Motors, Perpetual Motion & Fascinating Physics

Jeff Rense conducts an interview with Herbert Dorsey. They talk about zero-point energy, free energy, permanent magnet motors, free energy cars, anti-gravity, gravity plates, flying saucers, and much more.

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Uri Geller Says He Knows Where the Ark of the Covenant Is

The Israeli spoon bender is no stranger to making ‘out there’ claims, as evidenced by this most recent example. The golden chest believed to have held the stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed, the Ark remains one of the most sought-after and mystifying religious artifacts in history. Now Uri Geller believes that he has figured out where it is and he intends to go and find it.

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Astronomers Discover 70 New Rogue Exoplanets

70 New Rogue Exoplanets Spotted by Astronomers
by Christopher Plain | The Debrief

70 rogue exoplanets, or planets not bound to a host star, have been discovered wandering through the Milky Way galaxy. Described as a “breakthrough discovery,” the newly identified rogue exoplanets could help researchers better understand how these space bodies develop and ultimately become divorced from their host solar systems.

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Did Ancient Egyptians Have Electricity?

The ancient world may have been more advanced than most people realize.

Did Ancient Egyptians Have Electricity?
by Ancient Code Team | Ancient Code

So who was it that actually discovered electricity and took the opportunity to create an artificial light source? Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Edison are the respective gentlemen believed to be the fathers of light or at least that’s the answer that has been accepted as a fact.

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Next Supervolcano Eruption Might Happen Without Warning

Such an event would cause stupendous destruction. Hopefully, this will not happen any time soon.

Next Supervolcano Eruption Might Happen Without Warning
by Christopher Plain | The Debrief

The next time a supervolcano eruption pours enough ash into the atmosphere to alter the Earth’s climate, humanity may not see it coming. That’s because volcanoes large enough to cause such a dramatic shift in sunlight, often termed “supervolcanoes,” may offer no warning that they are preparing to erupt. Geologists had previously identified specific warning signs that they believed preceded such massive eruptions, but this latest research seems to indicate that these telltale signs are not necessarily present before each and every climate-altering eruption.

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Experiments Move Nuclear Fusion Closer to Reality for Space Travel

Ultra-High Energy Experiments Move Nuclear Fusion Closer to Reality
by Christopher Plain | The Debrief

As human spacecraft venture deeper and deeper into space, and missions hoping to study the outer reaches of our own solar system strive to become commonplace, nuclear fusion is among the leading candidates to replace the powerful-yet-limited chemical rockets in use today.

Not only is fusion significantly safer than any theoretical nuclear propulsion systems that rely on fission reactions like those found in nuclear weapons, but it promises significant weight-to-power ratio gains over conventional propulsion methods that make crewed missions beyond Mars virtually impossible to undertake.

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Mammoths Still Roamed the Earth When Egypt’s Pyramids Were Being Built

A new study has shown that some Ice Age mammals survived much longer than previously thought. While it is easy to imagine that giant Ice Age mammals such as the woolly mammoth died out long before the advent of human civilization, research in recent years has shown that these animals survived much longer than anyone had realized. The results of a ten-year study have yielded evidence to suggest that mammoths had still been roaming the wilds of mainland Siberia as recently as 3,900 years ago. This means that these animals were still around after the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

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UFOs Disabled Weapons at Nuclear Facilities

UFOs Disabled Weapons at Nuclear Facilities, According to These Former USAF Officers
by Micah Hanks | The Debrief

On March 24, 1967, ten intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) went offline at an underground launch control facility at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana.

Robert Salas, a former USAF captain who had been the nuclear missile crew commander at the time, was on site when the ICBMs became inoperable, coinciding with calls from security personnel aboveground who said they observed an unidentified flying object hovering near the facility’s gate.

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Nuking an Asteroid Might Save the World After All

We Might Be Able to Nuke an Asteroid to Save the World After All, Study Says
by Jazz Shaw | The Debrief

It’s a subject that has enthralled fans of both science and science fiction for generations. An asteroid or comet is on a collision course with the Earth, threatening to wreak massive devastation and potentially wipe out humanity.

We received an unpleasant reminder of the non-fictional reality of this scenario recently when we learned that an asteroid named 2021 SG that was roughly one half the size of the Great Pyramid in Egypt had zipped past the Earth inside the orbit of the moon in September and NASA didn’t even see it until it was going by.

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First Planet Found Outside of Our Milky Way Galaxy

Astronomers have announced evidence for a possible planet in another galaxy. This “exoplanet” would be much farther away than any of the thousands of others scientists have found in our Milky Way Galaxy. This planet candidate was identified with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory that detected a temporary dimming in X-rays in a binary system. Researchers interpret this dimming as a planet passing in front of an X-ray source around a neutron star or black hole orbiting a companion star.

First Evidence for a Possible Planet Outside of the Milky Way Galaxy

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William Shatner Rockets to Space and Back on a Blue Origin Suborbital Flight

William Shatner, the alter ego of one of the most iconic space travelers ever, has completed his first real trip to space. The iconic 90-year-old actor best known for playing James T. Kirk, captain of the Starship Enterprise in the Star Trek universe, blasted off atop a Blue Origin New Shepard rocket from the company’s west Texas launch site on October 13, 2021. A few minutes into the flight, the capsule separated from the booster and continued on to suborbital space where the crew experienced weightlessness and an epic view of Earth before reentering the atmosphere for a parachute-assisted soft landing in the desert.

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